Terminate Yourself gives everyone the chance to turn themselves into a cyborg killing machine; we also found it to be surprisingly useful in explaining a lot about certain celebrities.
Part of Lance Armstrong’s LIVESTRONG line, Nike’s Lunar Everyday is made for distance runs with pressure-distributing Lunarlite foam, internal heel counter and no-sew tip construction.
Debuting at the New York Auto Show, Land Rover’s 2010 Range Rover Sport not only gets a revised exterior but a 510hp, 5.0L supercharged V8 courtesy of the Jaguar XFR.
We’re still waiting for the day games actually look like this excellent cinematic intro for Prototype by Blur; think of it as a better version of NBC’s Heroes blended with I Am Legend.
DeWitt’s Academia Seconde Retrograde Serenity is ideal for gearheads, with a distinct cog-shaped case and radiator grill patterns; it runs on a mechanical self-winding movement.
Jim Henson’s Resident Evil 5 isn’t particularly deep, but we weren’t expecting Oscar performances from Muppets; still, Cookie Monster’s gutted remains at 1:30 will forever haunt us.
Ranging from 13.3″ to 15.6″, Acer’s Timeline laptops target style-conscious buyers but also boast a decent feature set: LED displays, multitouch trackpads and up to 8 hours of battery life.
This seven minute gameplay video of Black Prophecy starts off slow, but the action really heats up around 4:30 and doesn’t let up; register for the space MMO’s upcoming beta here.
Wildly expensive, Dainese’s Verbier Pelle jacket price premium is due to its Gore-Tex membrane; it’s essentially full-grain cowhide that is water repellent, breathable and durable.
For all you WALL-E lovers out there: your favorite robot has been cast into a fantastically detailed computer case, complete with meticulous step by step instructions. Thanks, IceBone!
A shot across the bow of BMW’s X6, we think the new Acura ZDX crossover is more car than ute; it sports the enormous schnoz of the Acura TL as well as a V-6 and 6-speed auto SH-AWD.
NSFW, NS for ladies and definitely NS for anyone with a brain, Sexy Lightsaber Fight has little going for it other than two chicks losing their clothing, which for some is more than enough.
Yup, you read it right: MakerBot’s CupCake CNC is a 3D printer that essentially spits out plastic into shapes of your own design; it’s crude, but cheaper than commercial printers.
Nissan’s 370Z finally drops its top with the 2010 Roadster, which sports a one-touch fabric cover with automatic latching; it also features a glass wind blocker to minimize noise.
Mix equal parts Con Air and Predator and you’ve got Hunter Prey, an indie film by director Sandy Collora about bounty hunters tracking down an escaped convict on an alien world.
Fresh for their Spring/Summer ’09 line, Hard Graft’s Y/U laptop sleeves and cases all sport a grey wool felt / black elastic herringbone motif; our favorite is their Y+U sleeve and pouch.
Styled like a Saturday morning toy commercial, this hilarious Mythic Map Pack trailer for Halo 3 shows developers do have a sense of humor. Either that, or they’re high as a kite.
So exclusive that you can only request it over the phone, this all-white Leica M8 will be released in very limited quantities with a price likely to be between the regular M8 and the Safari.
It’s a great day to be a Tarheel: UNC’s 2009 NCAA Title win is captured in grand style in the timelapse video below, which shows partiers at Franklin and Columbia near the UNC campus.
The Enterprise Project is an example of promos done right: Star Trek meets urban with these 34″ movie replicas, modded to high heaven by 24 artists including comic book artist Jim Lee.
James Hasskin has taken the Korg Kaossilator, a touchpad synth, and packed it into the shell of a Guitar Hero guitar; the result is a techno-tastic axe mashup with 100 sound effects.
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